Photographer's Note

"L'Ile-Fedrun" is the most attractive of the islands in the marshland of "La Grande Brire", with its maze of canals and meadows inhabited by all sorts of wildife and domestic animals like this goat here.
The piece of wood you can see in the centre is no ordinary piece of wood! I often wondered why we could see them scattered all over the region, until I learnt they are called "Mortas". They are tree trunks which were preserved in the turf of the marshland for 5000 years, and became rotproof.
The photo was taken on a December humid day, but I rather liked the lighting obtained in late afternoon, just before sunset!
I hope you enjoy it too!

5WS.

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